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sky looking down on that. was it like to be on the ground tonight right now? >> first of all that was exhilarating. and i would wake probably see the piece where we had the doors open. and as we came over one of the flow's, anderson, i looked over and head my head out as well. it's like opening a fully period of. and you feel that he just hit you. you can also smell, even at times takes the soul from the. air on the ground, we start to smell as well. start to spread around the island. rosenstein to hear about reports up the strands of volcanic glass. called pay later. going about 40 miles from the volcano. so it's already drifting pretty far. the concern, is, first gonna focus on the roadway. and it's sort of so the bottom. about 25 feet for our. that's about two miles away. it hasn't, race and the national guard, 20 members on standby. for now, they can focus on traffic control. because it is towards trap. because it gets more serious they might have to shut down
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the highway. >> this can be seen from space? right >> well, that was really unique thing. you can go tonight to the sea for many miles away. and then we have this image. this is provided from the international space station. it is from outer space, looking down. i can see is a past over the big island. and the white islands that. the orange red glow. and yes it is the spread that's also being seen from out of this world. and i felt like something from out of this world, it really did. >> that's incredible, david lucrative malloy. breaking news, sad news tonight. emmy winning actress christy ali has died of cancer. she was best known for the work on the hit tv shows share. she also started veronica's closet. and appeared in star trek two, the rat gone. and our lady issue played version of herself in the tv company fat. rex family just process tape that social media. saying, in part, she was surrounded by her closest family. and fought great strength. leaving us with a certainty of a never-ending joy of living.
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>> another polls opening tomorrow morning in georgia for the final count of the 2022 midterm. as curtain closer goes, this has been a blockbuster with mark amy -- pastor martin with the king juniors church. republican challenger sports, errol -- massive ad spending. especially for the democratic side this time around. high public interest reflected early voting numbers that were record-breaking. the racist scene big name surrogates campaigning for the candidates. the former president who endorsed walker early on, come into georgia in the hours to campaign in person for him. -- even a canada line tie with warnock campaigns, -- with the walker campaign let's start with eva. how did senator workout warnock's in the final day on the campaign? >> anderson, senator warnock spent this crucial final hour i would say getting support from a core constituency being going to a black barbershop, going --
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and has tremendous amount of campuses on the youth vote in the closing days of this campaign [inaudible] and ignite in this big celebrity filled rally here in atlanta. an amazing violinist onstage right behind me. i think closing out and atlanta really speaks to how democrats are relying on these court groups. to come out in a big way on election day. in these regions, anderson. >> warnock is cautioning supporters about getting overconfident? >> yes, he has time and time again. clearly, democrats are enjoying momentum right now. he speaks about how he was happy with how many folks came out during the early vote period. we know a significant amount of black voters. which is a core group for democrats came out during that early vote period. but saying don't spike the football, don't get overconfident. he and knowledge to night at
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the rally, republicans tend to come out on election day. so, telling his supporters that they're still left to do. [inaudible] >> one of those -- jeff zeleny with the walker campaign and kenesaw, northwest of atlanta. what is walker's closing arguments arguments? >> in a knot. xiao it's a vote. in fact he said vote, vote, vote. three times in a row. he said flood the poles, let's vote. turnout is key to herschel whoppers campaign. it's always true on election day. but tomorrow it's even more important. that's why as evil was saying democrat certainly have an advantage an edge going in -- early voting. in fact there's some republican -- didn't do a better job, they fault themselves or other messengers in the republican party for not encouraging more early voting. of course there was some republicans who voted early. election day turnout is absolutely essential.
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but it was also through casting his cabinet see as more than himself. he said oh vote for raphael warnock's vote for joe biden. isabella for chuck schumer. -- georgia values. so, even though the control of the senate is not hinging on the contest here in georgia, the committee assignments are gonna give democrats more breathing room if they would get. it republicans are really looking for the herschel walker campaign tomorrow to end this midterm election on a high note if you. well they were disappointments in the midterm elections. yes, they will control the house narrowly, they didn't run control the senate. that's what this race is about. and herschel walker had a very short message as he ended orally or leon this evening. he was in the same spot in cobb
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county, kenesaw, one month ago before the election evening. there was an air of confidence confidence that evening. in talking to voters, anderson, that wasn't as possible here. they realized that they aren't as confident going into election day tomorrow but they were still urging huge turnout and, again, he's been outspent tremendously, republicans have not spent as much -- as they would've if control of the senate hinged on this. >> jeff zeleny, we appreciate. it -- james carville, acosta politics podcast, and senior political commentator, scott jennings. who served a special assistant to the president during the george w. bush administration. james, we saw a lot of candidates like herschel walker supported by the former president, handpicked in many cases by the former president, lose their election last night. what do you think can happen in georgia tomorrow? >> well, i don't know why herschel walker's been -- campaign i've ever seen in america. -- the derivative word of buffoon.
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but the polling, the democratic [inaudible] worries me a little bit. the polling now is tight. warnock's got a slight lead. but in georgia, anything can happen. this -- hope no democrats see this in decide to stay home. they're gonna have to carry through election day. the early vote looks good. but they're gonna take a shot. what's gonna happen, warnock's gonna take a bid -- warnock will win [inaudible] >> james, i gotta ask. what was particularly buffoonish about walker's campaign? >> good -- werewolves, candied vampires. what else can you do. that's ludicrous. i can't think of another senate campaign that said as many ludicrous silly things out herschel walker is dead. >> scott, what are you think it's gonna happen tomorrow. the former presidents hosting a virtual valley for walker tonight. after his comments over the weekend about terminating the constitution, the week of bad press with white nationalism. him getting involved with the georgia runoff, is that at this point really matter one way or another. does it enthuse people who they need to get to the polls tomorrow.
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-- ? >> steve no help whatsoever. look, -- i'm in kentucky, horses are a lot more predictable politicians. i'm not optimistic as a good spreads hope springs eternal. mr. carville laid out a case for why warnock's had a slight lead in this thing. he walker had fewer votes on election day, the challenge over this four-week period has been to keep those supporters energized. and to find a few more republicans who didn't vote for you for some reason, bring them in. the best thing they did anderson, in the forward period was give brian camped -- most popular politician in the state. you know you notice neither biden or trump we are -- biggest names in the parties. but neither of them are very popular down there. so getting campaign gage was good. it strikes me based on the early vote, what i've heard is the republicans are gonna have to have a huge turnout on election day. maybe it's good if the republicans are the democrats rather, think they've gotten in
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the bag like james said. maybe they'll stay home. i got low expectations, but it's a runoff. anything can happen. >> james, walker made some bizarre comments over the weekend. he appeared not to know he was running for a seat in the senate or house of representative. -- political strategist. what does this mean going forward? are there gonna be, in terms of the candidates, is anyone gonna look to donald trump to be picking candidates? what happens the next round, two years from now? >> look, scots in kentucky, his idol, mitch mcconnell, whose ineffective politicians said they need candidate quality. i think that was a pretty candid observation by senator mcconnell. but yeah, this is not a high quality senate candidate. we can all agree on that. i mean the guy is just, he was living in texas he comes back to georgia. this was all lindsey graham's idea. it's a really dumb idea. but having said that, the
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police is uncomfortably close. i think warnock's gonna win. but you have -- if you took it to a pediatrician, i will give you an 85% chance it's gonna be okay, but 15% chance of child's gonna be -- it's not zero. it's not one. there's gonna be some chance given the tightness of this, it could go the other way. if too much having top could cause people to stay home. >>, that closeness is that about love of herschel walker has people really want to see him in the senate? or do they really want to see republican in the senate and there's not a lot of republicans in georgia? >> the closeness is a purple state. there's a lot of republican. in fact al-ata people in georgia they don't think joe biden is doing a good job. if you look at the cnn exit polls, biden was underwater. is his policies are in that popular. there is a lot -- everything we've learned from election day forward, there's a lot of flashing red lights for both parties. the republicans, i was talking to some of the other, night that something simple. you need to nominate normal people of good character. and for the democrats, i think
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there's still some warning signs about biden and what he's doing -- democratic party. but he's not all that popular. otherwise he be in atlanta, georgia, tonight. so, look, i think it's close. georgia is one of the newest sweet states, it's gonna be a sweet state in 2024. even if they lose tomorrow, i can still be competitive there. but there's still something to this idea that people kind of want normal, boring, a good character and the senate race is certainly on that front. >> james, do you agree that's morning science for democrats? and what are? they >> the warning signs are that we have -- lost the popular vote in -- in terms of seats. i think we had a low black turnout in the congressional election and most people realize. the courts have to go through and mind through that data but i'm essentially agreed with scott on this thing i think warnock's been an advantageous position, but not a certain position. and i think the republicans have nominated some really goofy i'm, trying to get another abject as what you call some of -- nominated. going forward, we need to -- scott will agree with. me in the senate map is not very good for democrats in
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2024. i like to have an extra seat going into that cycle. i guarantee. >> james carville and scott jennings. always a appreciated. a live report from china what lifelike for government. apparently -- zero covid restrictions in the wake of protests. but the day-to-day existence is still obviously heavily controlled. also tonight, president biden signing a law to protect same-sex marriage is weak. a matter before the supreme court will get perspective from a married couple. including one staff was the first to lawfully marry in his county.
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>> it's hard to imagine, the last year and a half or so, the world was grappling of how to contain covid without locking society down completely. but china was locking down completely, so much snow that ordinary people took to the streets. the country doing in so, comes at a steep cost. now in response to local authorities appear to be easing restrictions. cnn's selina wang reports from beijing. >> this is a kind of line beijing understand it outside in the cold to get their covid to.
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a 48-hour test is required to get into most places. there aren't many places to go. much of beijing is still closed down. this is one of the most popular tourist places in the city. the restaurants are largely closed, and the malls are pretty empty. this mcdonald's is still open, for take away only. even to get to take away, you've got to prove you are clear of covid. here is how i do it. i open up the health app on my smartphone, i scan the qr code,, [speaking non-english] >> translator: it says i've got a green code, and i've got a recent covid test. i'm good to go. >> this code dictates all of our daily lives in china. green means go to go. red means i may have to isolate at home, or go to a mass quarantine facility. this allows china to track the movements of virtually all 1. 4 billion people, in the name of contact tracing. i've got to scan my coat to get into a taxi, a public park, a mile, or a coffee shop, even a public bathroom. >> i ran into a group of delivery people on the street. they have got to do covid tests
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every single day to do their jobs. this woman tells me the pandemic has been hard on her. i asked her why, she says it's because she is scared of the virus. >> getting covid in china is unlike anywhere else in the world. you and your close contacts all get sent to a quarantine center, this is a convention center in beijing that's been turned into a massive quarantine facility with thousands of beds. some of these facilities in the country are in very rundown and unsanitary conditions. then, your whole building or community could go into lockdown. >> i spoke to a man who's been in and out of quarantine six times already just this year. he tells me his whole building of more than 200 families went to a quarantine facility last month because they were considered close contacts. he says he's not scared to get covid because omicron is less severe and his whole family has been vaccinated. i approached a few people just released from this mass quarantine center here. i ask if they had tested positive for covid.
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yes, the madness, and said they have recovered. how many days did you spend in there, i ask. seven days, he said. unprecedented protests recently erupted across china. they are chanting they don't want to covid tests. they want freedom. >> authorities swiftly crackdown on the protesters. they are finally softening their stance on zero-covid. some cities are lifting lockdowns, changing covid testing requirements. under some conditions, people can now quarantine at home if they have covid, which is a huge deal. this country has already built up a whole infrastructure around zero covid, spending all of its resources on quarantine facilities and covid testing. it's going to be a long and slow exit from zero-covid. >> selina wang joins us. if china's finally easing covid restrictions, doesn't mean the protest worked? is that a victory for demonstrators? >> yeah, anderson. it's fair to call us this tentative, partial victory.
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it's remarkable to see. that authoritarian china, protests have forced the communist party to essentially change its tune over covid. it's clearly made the government realize that zero covid's not possible or sustainable. it's even a threat to social stability. it's been more than a year omicron since omicron was first detected. only now, anderson, finally, are they deciding-month-old research and publish stories that omicron's last deadly. this is a huge shift in china. before this, they were demonizing covid, in some cases even censoring scientifically accepted information. but the loosening of restrictions here, they're happening in a patchwork across the country. some places are easing rules, others are still clinging on to zero covid. and you have some people in china celebrating the change. others are so frustrated and angry. all of this has been a wake up call. the government can take away your freedom at any point in over in your life. >> i appreciated. i want to get perspective from fried zakaria, who's from fareed zakaria gps.
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>> fareed, we have seen local chinese authority to rollback covid controls. do you think it's being directed at the national again or are these local authorities being a lad more latitude to make their decisions? >> no. this is a national decision. . -- the china's covid said that effectively they were moving into a different phase. -- the new strains are not as violent. but clearly, it's a -- they've realized that they simply cannot keep people locked up with these kind of punitive measures forever. the problem, anderson, is the population in china has very low immunity. this is the success of their zero-covid policy, very few people have got covid. but part of it is that they've been very slow and vaccines. and the chinese vaccines, sinovac, isn't very good. particularly, against omicron
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and the new variants. they have a problem, as they start opening up. the population which is, does not have strong immunities. is gonna start getting in affected. what we need to see, is what they do that. >> there's been some reporting that another issue is not just the low imunity numbers but that china's spent the focus on maintaining this authoritarian lockdown policy. and not using that as an opportunity to build up the infrastructure of the hospital symptoms, and the like. the money has gone towards the lockdown as opposed to building up medical infrastructure. >> that's absolutely right. part of it was that they got spooked by the pandemic. part of it was a kind of defensive reaction to the trump administration badgering them about origins of covid.
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but they went full force into the idea that they were gonna show the world that they can handle this better than anyone. it became a kind of test of systems for them. another piece of it anderson as you're implying, it's from the communist party having a lot of control over your citizens seem like a good idea. they had this traffic light system of red, yellow, and green. which told citizens when they can go where. and this perhaps comes more naturally to a system that is fundamentally about a lot of control. they don't have a strong public infrastructure system. one of the areas where china has not had miraculous growth. let's be clear, they've had miraculous growth economically and all that. but they don't have a great public health system. to give you a contrast, cuba, has a better public health system i think that china does. and china's much richer. >> multiple u.s. officials have voiced support for the protesters. do you think that will affect the chinese response and anyway? >> no. i think you need to be very
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careful. these are real protests. it's very interesting and important development. but mostly what people are protesting is the covid lockdowns. and the crazy extent of that. there was some protests which were against xi jinping in the communist party. but to a large extent. they the seem to have been deep frustration with the covid policy. it's not clear to me that these are in the same league as the kind of protests in iran. which are very existential about the regimes. yet the nature of ideological control, or the protest against russia, the hundreds of thousands of people fleeing. this seems to be fundamentally centered on a policy that they think the central governments should converse, rather than some kind of attack on the legitimacy of the communist party. >> fareed zakaria, we appreciate your time. coming up, president biden
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could sign into law new protections for same sex marriages. just as conservatives on the supreme court want to limit the rights in the name of religious freedom. couples wait a long time for the right -- right ahead. later, our first public look at how speaker nancy pelosi's husband, paul, since he was attacked at their home in october. details coming up.
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>> as congress prepares a census built protect same-sex marriage rights -- conservatives on the supreme court seem sympathetic today to arguments that might chip away the rights. specifically, to a graphic designer who wants to design websites for weddings doesn't want to work with same-sex couples. it's the latest that the court has taken up. the anti discrimination laws versus questions of religious liberty. jason carroll reports. >> now that the respect for marriage act will become law of
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the land, marchand her wife christian sawyer's say, they finally have cause to celebrate. >> hurray. to tell you the truth, i never thought i would see gay marriage legaized in our lifetimes. >>. >> the two have been married now for two years. but she earned a place in u. s. history for previous marriage in 2004. >> i now pronounce that you're married. >> that's the year she wed -- i cambridge city hall in massachusetts. and in doing so, the two became the first same-sex couple to be legally married in the united states. she died in 2016 after battling cancer. >> do you recognize your place in history? being really the first? >> you guys remind me, a lot. i don't think about it intel it's brought up.
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unions during the 90s. state striking down laws opposing same sex unions in the early 2000s. people like edith windsor, who in 2013, successfully challenged the defense of marriage act. which had defined marriage as a union between a man in a woman. even as gay people cheer, each milestone some such as wyoming republican, switzer, says he's not sure the country would get to where it is now. >> we've seen some partisan divides, splits, fewer republican you need to believe this, if you're democrat you need to believe that. >> -- for two years. they have two children. he's been an office representing eastern shyann since 2005. and has defeated several anti lgbtq bills in the state. >> i think marriages assuage right and my proof of the world every state would take that step to codify same-sex marriage. it should have to be a federal issue. >> there's concern among those who support gay rights after the supreme court overturned roe v. wade this past summer.
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be still on the loose. cnn's veronica miracle has the latest. >> it's been more than three weeks since the murders of four university of idaho students. and police are starting to receive toxicology reports on the victims hair, fibers, blood, and dna according to law enforcement. all considered critical evidence for the quarantine. the case remains unsolved. police still have not found a murder weapon or named a suspect. frustrating at least one of the families of the victims. the father of caylee goncalves is a speaking out, making an appearance on fox sunday morning. >> i don't feel confident and that's why, i push the envelope to say a little bit more. i hate to be that guy. we but, there's, everybody has a job to do in a role to play in this. this includes viral as a parent. he says that he's trying to make sense of the information that police have given him. >> i can tell what my daughter 's text messages, shooting call
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9-1-1. she wasn't saying anything along the lines of, she'd heard something. or she was in fear so just putting the dots together. as far as the investigators, they're tightlipped and they're keeping everything close to their vest i understand that. >> investigators saying today they're trying to provide information while protecting the integrity of the investigation. saying in a statement, we firmly believe that speculation unvetted information is a disservice to the victims, their families, in our communities. the stabbing deaths of these four students, have created turmoil at the university. and in the quiet community of moscow, it hasn't reported a single murder since 2015. on friday adam morial service, a local pastor read letters from two surviving roommates. dylan mortensen and bethany. >> this is from bethany. molly -- were all one-of-a-kind. they all lit up any room they walked into. and more gifts to this world. >> expressing the sentiments of
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so many others who gathered to honor the victims. >> i want you to know, while always love you. and i miss you forever. >> veronica miracle joins us from moscow, idaho. what's the latest on police looking to one of the victims potentially having a stalker? >> well, anderson, since the start of the investigation. there's been talk that kaylee goncalves, may have had a stalker. police came out today, the said there's an incident that they looked into that happen in october. they are ruling that out as being associated with these murders. so, they are saying they're continuing to look into the possibilities that kaylee may have had a stalker. their reaching out to the public for information and tips, and leads they also say they did radiate really reiterate to me that any information that was released over the weekend, that did not come from their department. it's not information the revealing at this time. anderson. >> veronica miracle, we appreciate it. next, harry and meghan ready to reveal more of what made them
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elizabeth's deaths, the royal family will be the focus of new attention whether it wants to be or not. the first part of a netflix docuseries's premiers friday. a new trailer shows the duke and duchess of sussex ready to reveal more than the last then fairytale side of their lives before leaving the royal family behind. >> it is hard to look back on it, unlike what on earth happened? >> do you hear that, that is the sound of heartbreaking all around the world. >> she is becoming a royal rock star. >> and then, everything changed. >> there is a hierarchy in the family. there is leaking and then there is also planning of stories. >> there was a war against meghan to suit other peoples agendas. >> it is about race. >> it is a dirty game. the pain and suffering of women marrying into this institution. >> i realized, they are never going to protect you.
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>> i was terrified. i did not want history to repeat itself. no one knows the full truth. we know the full truth. >> royal correspondent max foster is in london. it is interesting to watch this trailer because certainly the tone of it and the editing of it, certainly it looks like the story of how people, women who are new to the family were treated in comparison to princess diana are clear, but the criticism is of the royal family itself and leaking and planting of stories. not so much the media frenzy, which was the focus during princess diana's time. >> well it is a six part series, so i think there is going to be a lot in there. the general themes that we've heard before or that the tabloid press, in particular, social media were attacking this couple, particularly meghan. and the palace refused to
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protect them, or did not protect them enough. it even went as far as planting stories against them, so that is the sort of seem that we have had before that they are reiterating here. what we are looking for is the specific examples of that. so that is what we are looking for within the six-part series. to give the palace something to answer back, to because we need those examples. the palace denies all of these accusations, they have done in the past when they've been raised. they say that they did protect meghan and he wanted to have her in the family, and they want to support her. >> is there any sense of the concern of how the royal family may be about this, or the staff in the palace about them? >> they certainly are very nervous about this. they are not coming out and saying anything officially at this point because they have not seen it. no one's seen it apart from a very tight circle, and so it lands on thursday. they have to give it some time to have a look at it. of course the traditional
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policy is to ignore these things. they have done that in the past, but it is interesting, i wonder if things will be different this time's under king charles. under the queen, her policy was to keep a stiff upper lip. king charles is more outspoken, and william is even more outspoken, and i think that they will want to start addressing some of these specifics if they do come up in the series because it is very damaging for the monarchy. it is damaging for the uk, and they want to protect that. once they see in some of the specifics in their. i wonder under this new monarchy there might be a more prolific response. >> there is also printer's men moreover that is coming out in january, i believe, and obviously the palace would have to be concerned and anything they say now in response to this netflix documentary, then having to respond or feel the need to respond yet again once with a book. >> i think that they are going to have to reconsider their communications policy, frankly, because under this age, as
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damage is done to the monarchy through accusations, they need to have some sort of thing to apply if they want to counter these. otherwise it is endless damage to the, brandon certainly internationally. they have been seen as a racist institution and it is not healthy for the monarchy of the united kingdom. they are going to have to look at how to respond this. it is a real struggle because it feeds into the sussexes and the conversation that they want to have, frankly, and they do not want to have that in the uk. but prince william, he gets upset about these things, prince harry is upset, i think he may want to express himself at some point. but we will have to see what's in there, it is a mystery at the moment. we will see tomorrow night receiving a human rights word in new york, so i'm sure a few questions will be thrown at them. we might be hearing a few more comments before the actual series drops on thursday. >> you think that prince william might want to respond at some point?
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>> i think he is just got to the point, and now that he is in a more elevated position, that he cannot let these accusations just sit there. they are clearly not things that the sussexes are just going to leave. when they came over for the funeral they were giving a very high billing, they were given a huge amount of respect from buckingham palace, from charles, william. i think that there was, frankly, some hope that that would help re-heal the bond with the sussexes. but this is clear evidence that the sussexes are not going to let this go. >> max foster in london, thank you. i'm going to leave you with some positive news after the attack on nancy pelosi's husband, paul pelosi, in october. he attended the washington honors last evening with his wife, it is first public appearance since intrusion broke into san francisco home and attacked him with a hammer. biden was also there last night in a fist bumped him. the kennedy center honors will
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good evening everyone, i am laura coats and this is cnn tonight. free speech liberty, and the right of same-sex couples to not be discriminated against. they are all tied up in a case th